Cane toad

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The Cane Toad produces a toxin called bufotenine.

When ingested (wet or dry) this toxin acts as a hallucinogen. The Australians are particularly partial to a bit of toad. Citizens have been known to dry out the skins and roll them into joints to get high.

Connoisseurs are said to experience warm flushing sensations, a sense of wonder and well-being, and strong auditory and visual hallucinations.

Most doctors agree it will probably kill you.

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